On Interpreting Fluorescence Measurements: What Does Thermodynamics Have To Say about Change in Micellar Aggregation Number versus Change in Size Distribution Induced by Increasing Concentration of the Surfactant in Solution?

  • Published 2001


Fluorescence techniques have been widely used for the determination of micellar aggregation numbers.' However, the interpretation of the fluorescence data and the consequent estimates for the micellar aggregation numbers are not always unambiguous. The results usually depend on both the type of experiments performed and the micellar models invoked for the… (More)


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